WWE hosted their first pay-per-view since WrestleMania 35, with Money In The Bank shifted to Kane's favourite date - May 19 - from its usual June showing.
A stacked card saw surprises, titles changes and huge moves, especially in the titular matches, and we've graded every single bout to see what came up trumps in a bumper 12 match card.
The Usos v Daniel Bryan & Rowan
In true WWE 50/50 booking, The Usos claimed back their win after losing to the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions less than two weeks ago.
You're hardly ever going to get a bad match when Daniel Bryan is involved, but we're not sure why it was on the pre-show.
Women's Money In The Bank Match
We got a feel-good ending to this years Money In The Bank match for the women, as Bayley got the better of Mandy Rose in the closing stages to claim the briefcase.
All women got their spots in and Ember Moon hit a ridiculous Eclipse from a ladder outside the ring to Natalya on the inside.
Good job ladies!
Samoa Joe v Rey Mysterio - United States Championship
Another short match just like their WrestleMania bout, just a few minutes longer.
Mysterio got a surprise pinfall on Joe to claim the title, but the post-match beat down by the Samoan Submission Machine made the whole segment worth it.
With Rey's son Dominick watching on, it could lead to an actual physical confrontation between the two.
The Miz v Shane McMahon - Steel Cage Match
A feud that has been built over the course of seven months may finally be coming to a close.
For the second pay-per-view in a row, Shane McMahon got a fluke win over The Miz, and you'd have to expect we may get one more match where Shane-O-Mac gets his comeuppance.
He was battered for the majority of the match, but Shane was able to slip through his own shirt to reach the floor first.
Tony Nese v Ariya Daivari - Cruiserweight Championship
With the loss of Buddy Murphy, Cedric Alexander and Ali, 205 Live has really suffered a bit as of late.
There's been complaints that past Crusierweight title matches haven't got on the main card of shows, but Nese v Daivari made it, and from a technical standpoint it was good enough.
But the crowd didn't really connect with it and it seemed as though from live footage, a portion of the crowd used it as their bathroom break.
Becky Lynch v Lacey Evans - Raw Women's Championship
In the first of her two title defences, Lynch successfully retained her red brand belt against Evans.
Evans tapped immediately after the Lasskicker locked in the Dis-Arm-Her, despite the referee not counting when Lynch's shoulders were down for a pinfall.
It wasn't to be the end of her night though.
Becky Lynch v Charlotte Flair - SmackDown Women's Championship
Immediately after her win, Lynch's second match started as she defended her SmackDown title against Charlotte.
And Flair would claim her ninth Women's Championship with assistance from Evans, and a post-match double team beatdown was stopped by Bayley.
Charlotte Flair v Bayley - SmackDown Women's Championship
After getting the better of Charlotte inside the ring, Bayley cashed in her Money In The Bank contract that she won earlier in the night.
Even though Mike Chioda should've technically waited until Charlotte was on her feet until he rung the bell to start the match, she was flat out and Bayley dropped the top rope Elbow Drop to become the SmackDown Women's Champion.
Roman Reigns v Elias
This served its purpose pretty well, and Reigns got his revenge on The Drifter for a backstage attack just minutes earlier.
After Elias ran down the Hartford crowd, Reigns recovered from the guitar shot he suffered and defeated Elias in about 7 seconds.
Could've been better, could've been worse.
Seth Rollins v AJ Styles - Universal Championship
In their first meeting since 2006, Rollins and Styles did not disappoint the WWE Universe.
It could've been all over when AJ reversed a Stomp into a Styles Clash, but Rollins lived to fight another day.
A Ripcord Knee and a Stomp later and it was over, but fans were left wanting more, especially after the tense but respectful handshake post-match.
Kofi Kingston v Kevin Owens - WWE Championship
In an era where it's very unpredictable in the sense where you never know when you're going to drop your title as a wrestler, it's nice to see Vince McMahon is keeping the faith with Kofi Kingston.
Kingston hit Owens with a second Trouble In Paradise for victory after KO rolled out of the ring after the first one - like a true heel.
The match was good but just lacked that little something to get it into the A category.
Men's Money In The Bank Match
What an absolutely sensational match. Every man gave it their all and contributed to some ridiculous, brutal spots.
Every man that is apart from Brock Lesnar.
Unveiled as the mystery replacement of Sami Zayn, Lesnar invaded late on to dispose of Ali, who was the last man standing in the ring, before claiming the briefcase for himself.
It could've been an A+ match without the decision to hand the win to Lesnar, but Vince gonna Vince.
Rating: A-News Now - Sport News